Riding Bean

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Riding Bean (1989)

Riding Bean, AKA Bean Bandit and Roadbuster. Anime about couriers for hire. Bean Bandit being the driver and Rally Vincent as the armed escort. Something of a precursor to Gunsmith Cats; Riding Bean used an early version of the Rally Vincent character who became the protagonist of Gunsmith Cats, while Bean Bandit himself appears, completely unaltered, in the Gunsmith Cats comic books just to make things even more confusing.

The following weapons were used in the anime Riding Bean:



The CZ 75 is the pistol of choice of Rally Vincent.

Early model CZ75, 9x19mm.
Rally aims her beloved CZ75 at a baddie
Rally shoots out a truck window with her CZ-75.
Rally demonstrates trigger discipline.
During the chase scene, Rally jokingly points the pistol at Bean's head. With her finger jokingly on the trigger.

Unknown Pistol

Used by Semmerling's henchgirl in the opening scene robbery. Likely a Beretta 92FS.

Colt 1911 Government Model

Colt 1911 Government Model.

Colt M1911A1, .45ACP.
Used by Police officer shot in the head inside the mall.
In Rally's bedroom, there is a disassembled 1911 on her table.

AR-15 Rifle

Colt AR-15A3 Tactical Carbine.

Colt AR-15A3 Tactical Carbine, 5.56x45mm.
In Rally's bedroom next to her bed.
Used by body guard in the mansion compound.

MAC 10

A MAC-10 is used by the bad guys who shoot out Rally's apartment window and by body guards in the mansion compound.

Ingram MAC-10, .45ACP.

Calico M100

A Calico M100 is used by a bodyguard in the mansion compound.

Calico M100 Rifle, .22 LR.


When Rally looks into her mirror after preparing for the day, we see a Heckler & Koch MP5K above the mirror.

Heckler & Koch MP5K, 9x19mm.
Rally's morning routine is to check whether she looks pretty and if H&K hate her.

Solothurn 20mm Anti-Tank Rifle

When Bean and Rally stop inside the mansion compound, they are almost shot by a bodyguard using a Solothurn 20mm Anti-Tank Rifle. As Bean and Rally leave the compound and meet Agent Percy at the gate, a police car is shot by the Solothurn rifle.

Solothurn S-18/1000 Anti-Tank Rifle, 20x138mm Solothurn Long.
The bodyguard loads a magazine into the Solothurn S-18/1000
Closeup of the Solothurn S-18/1000's muzzle as the rifle's fired at the luckless police car

Remington 870

Rally prepares a Remington 870 Police Magnum when Semmerling knocks on the door.

Remington 870 Police Magnum customized with extended magazine tube - 12 gauge (credit to Predator 20)

Ithaca Mag-10 "RoadBlocker"

While chasing Bean, agent Percy pulls along side Beans car and uses an Ithaca Mag-10 "RoadBlocker" shotgun to shatter Beans bulletproof car window.

Ithaca Mag-10 "Roadblocker," 10 Gauge
Agent Percy reaches across his passenger to fire his Ithaca Mag-10 out the window

Smith & Wesson 629 .44 Magnum

While chasing Semmerling in her V12 BMW, Bean asks Rally to shoot out the engine. Rally pulls out a Smith & Wesson 629 .44 Magnum. She asks Bean if a KTW 44 Mag is sufficient.(KTW is Teflon coated ammo used for metal-piercing).

Smith & Wesson 629, .44 Magnum.
Rally multitasks her two hobbies by using a car with a firing port.
"This...isn't what it looks like."

Beretta 82

The bad guy truck driver is shot by Semmerling's Beretta 82 in order to use his head as a gas pedal prop.

Inside the parking structure when Bean is chasing Semmerling, Semmerling unloads a full magazine from her Beretta into Bean. After threatening to shoot Carrie, Semmerling shoots Bean in the head with her Beretta.

Beretta 82, .32 ACP.
Semmer with Beretta
"You're the wrong Rally Vincent!"

Colt Python

In the parking structure, a bad guy threatens to kill Chelsea(kidnapped girl) with a Colt Python if Rally does not hand over her CZ-75.

Colt Python Snub Nose with 2.5" barrel - .357 Magnum

Semmerling LM-4

When stripped of her Beretta, Semmerling pulls out a .45 ACP Semmerling LM-4 manually operated repeater.

Semmerling LM4 - .45 ACP
Semmerling LM4 manually operated repeating pistol, .45ACP.
Not everyone can share a name with their sidearm.
Semmerling operates her weapon's rather unique action; the slide is pushed forward manually to eject the spent round, then pulls back to chamber a new one. This is a result of the pistol's incredible simplicity; a Semmerling has just 33 parts, including all the screws.
This is significantly less unsafe than it appears to be as a result.

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